Stéphanie Walter looks at what is currently possible, what will be possible in the future and what still needs to be improved regarding responsive web design. This is a very detailed article with loads of useful information.
Articles & tutorials
Patrick Kunka shows a very interesting and useful technique for creating justified grids. This article shows how important and useful thinking out of the box can be even in the context of CSS.
Kaelig Deloumeau-Prigent looks at different BEM naming conventions. The bottom line is that it doesn’t really matter which one you pick as long as you stick to it (at least on a project level).
Oli Studholme shares his thoughts on CSS resets. A must read for anyone interested in the topic.
Calc() is of the most interesting new features of CSS. It may not seem very useful on the first sight, but it can actually solve quite a few difficulties we’re facing today. In this article Chris Coyier shows a couple of useful applications for it.
Can you name all CSS pseudo selectors? There’s quite a few of them and knowing how they work can be very useful; Emily Lewis goes through all of them and explains how they work.
Prepros is an app that compiles all of your less, scss, sass, compass, jade, haml, coffeescript code in the real time with live browser refresh to keep your preprocessing workflow seamless. And yes, this is a Windows app.
Topcoat is an open source library of user interface elements. It is optimized for both desktop and mobile, build on BEM architecture and its #1 goal is performance.
Until next week